Tottenham vs Liverpool Premier League Odds & Prediction

Tottenham vs Liverpool Premier League Odds & Prediction

Written by on March 29, 2019

Liverpool will be looking to extend their three-match winning streak when they take on a Tottenham team that will be looking to bounce back from a humbling loss the last time they took the pitch. Now, let’s find out right now which team is offering the best value in this Premier League showdown when it goes down live from Anfield on Sunday.

Tottenham vs Liverpool Premier League Odds & Prediction

Head-to-Head Since 2011-12

  • Liverpool: 7 Wins
  • Tottenham: 5 Wins
  • Draws: 5

Why Bet On Tottenham?

Tottenham is 5-4-1 in their last 10 games with a modest three clean sheets and one shutout loss. Tottenham has lost three of its last five matches with all three defeats coming against their Premier League counterparts and their only win coming against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. Tottenham ranks third in the Premier League in goal differential at +25, but they’re a more modest fifth in goals scored (57) and third in goals allowed (32).

  • Last 10: WWWDWDDWDD
  • Over/Under 2.5: 5-5
  • Clean Sheets: 5
  • Not Scored: 3
  • Scored First: 6

Why Bet On Liverpool?

Liverpool has gone 5-5-0 over their last 10 matches with five clean sheets, but three matches where they also failed to find the back of the net. The good news is that Liverpool has won three straight while going 4-1-0 over their last five matches. Liverpool ranks second in goal differential at +52 while also ranking second in goals scored (70) and first in goals allowed by limiting the opposition to just 18 goals on the season.

  • Last 10: LWDLLWWWWW
  • Over/Under 2.5: 4-6
  • Clean Sheets: 3
  • Not Scored: 1
  • Scored First: 5

Expert Analysis and Prediction for Tottenham vs Liverpool

Liverpool sits atop the Premier League  table by just two points over second place Manchester, but they’re also 15 points up on third place Tottenham. With a narrow lead on the line, I’m expecting Liverpool to be highly focused and pretty dominant against a Tottenham team that is playing decent, but certainly not great, soccer right now. Tottenham and Liverpool met earlier in the season at Wembley where Liverpool won 2-1 away from home with Roberto Firmino scoring for the winners in that match. Tottenham has just one outright win against Liverpool in their last 10 meetings dating back to 2014 and I just don’t see them winning against a Liverpool team that is just a bit better – at everything – than they are.

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